Worked for Model A coupe
June 4, 2019
I installed these in a '29 Model A coupe and they work great. I used a 12" extender to route through the back of the cabin to a mounting point in the trunk, but other folks may not need that. I used the bench seat style and then wrapped the buckle end around the flat steel mounting point to shorten the length. They look like they came this way from the factory. Very pleased.
Great simple belt
May 4, 2019
We bought a go cart for the farm. It had provisions for for seat belts but none were installed. I bought a pair of these belts and they bolted wight in. My wife belts up every time she is in the cart. My boys on the other hand i dont think have ever worn them. My wife says they hold very tight and is glad we have them
December 30, 2018
I installed a pair of there in a rebuilt 1962 chevy truck at the insistence of my exwife who was safety conscious after she had me install a bench seat with head rests after she was gone the belts went behind the seat. Last week my new girlfriend was out on a date with me. I noticed her fumbling with the belt. After a moment she said oh I guess you dont use these since i felt bad for her and wanted to make a good impression I pulled over and liberated the female ends of the buckls from behind the seat so we could both belt up. The belts held tight and felt very safe.
Very safe belts
March 21, 2018
My husband has a street legal dune buggy and it had two broken unusable seatbelts which he refused to replace because there was no roll bar. A few months ago he installed a roll bar but had still not replaced the seatbelts. I bought two of these for him to install. He was pleased with the belts and said the installed very easily. I was happy to finally have a useable seat belt. At first he kept the drivers belt buckled behind him. However after a near miss where i was firmly belted in and did not move and he almost flew out he started wearing his belt as well.